Almost a year ago to the day we discovered FACS, the Chicago band that rose up from the ashes of Disappears. "In Time" is still the post punk art rock we loved from FACS's previous release, but something about it just feels a bit off (in the best possible way). "In Time" is oddly melodic, but extremely disjointed. The rhythm never quite stabilizes itself, and the song kind of stutters along due to that. It's not a loud, in your face rocker, but it does have intense moments. This might not be appealing to most people, but it's a beautifully uncomfortable listen. Is that sounds appealing to you, you may just love this song. You can watch the video for "In Time" below. Lifelike, the second album from FACS, will be out March 29 on Trouble In Mind. For more on FACS, check them out on Bandcamp, Facebook, and Twitter.